Christian T.Latham


Houston + 1.832.239.3863

Christian Latham is a civil litigator with complex commercial and business litigation experience in state and federal courts. Christian also represents companies and individuals in internal investigations and government enforcement actions, including high-profile, cross-border matters. Christian's experience spans a broad range of industries, including the energy, health care, automotive, and technology sectors.

Christian also maintains an active pro bono practice. He served as a volunteer prosecutor for the City of Houston, where he tried more than a dozen cases to jury verdict, and has assisted clients in the drafting and execution of estate planning documents. Christian also represents foreign children in the United States who have been abused, abandoned, or neglected in seeking lawful permanent residence.


  • IBM defends software services agreement lawsuit brought by Pennsylvania Dep’t of Labor & IndustryIn a lawsuit brought by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry, Jones Day is defending International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) against breach-of-contract and other claims premised on allegations that IBM failed to deliver a computer system that would aid the administration of both the tax assessment and benefit payment sides of Pennsylvania's unemployment compensation system.
  • Environmental equipment manufacturer resolves contract disputeJones Day assisted a major manufacturer of environmental equipment in resolving claims related to components installed at two large power plants.
  • Babcock Power wins full dismissal in Florida construction disputeOn behalf of Babcock Power Environmental, Inc. (BPE), Jones Day secured a complete dismissal in an alleged breach-of-contract lawsuit in a Florida construction dispute.
  • Pathways to Law Program, a supplemental learning program for Houston students, kicks off the 2018-2019 school year at Pilgrim Academy and Oak Forest ElementaryJones Day Houston lawyers are partnering with lawyers from Chevron in the Pathways to Law Program, a supplemental learning program for students in Houston.
  • Infrastructure firm defends post-reorganization claimsJones Day is defending an international infrastructure company in Texas federal court against fiduciary duty and fraudulent transfer claims stemming from construction and bankruptcy disputes.